Display

Visualization of the current pressure in the tire via display in the driver's cabin.

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Receiver (CCU)

The receiver receives sensor information and sends information to the display in the driver's cabin.

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Sensor

Sensor measures pressure and temperature. It transmitts information to the receiver.
Sensor and Container: A sensor in a rubber container is attached inside the tire and is compatible with almost all tire makes.

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Start Sensor Receiver (CCU) Display
Level of under-inflation
-
-
-
0%
Pressure(PSI)
115
105
105
105
105
105
95
95
95
95
115
105
105
105
105
95
95
95
95
105
TRAILER: 8 TIRES
Figures based on a truck and trailer (31 T.), 120,000 mi/year, $ 1.05 per liter fuel.
Standard Solution
Drop and Hook Solution
Pressure(PSI)
115
105
105
115
105
105
Figures based on a Bus, 120,000 mi/year, $ 1.05 per liter fuel.
Tire Contour
Footprint

CO2

Impact on Emissions

$

Impact on Cost
Effect on 1 Tire

$ 0

Fuel consumption

$ 0

Tire wear

0 lb

CO2 emissions

$ 0

Truck downtime due to tire failure

$ 0

Total Cost 1 Tire
Total Costs p.a. for 18 Tires

$ 0

Total cost of impact

Chapters

1.
Introduction
2.
Components overview
3.
Needed tools for installation
4.
Overview of the installation steps
5.
Step 1:
Installation of tire sensors
6.
Step 2:
Mounting & powering the CCU
7.
Step 3:
Data display unit installation
8.
Step 4:
Tire teach
9.
Test drive